I am a freshman Biomedical Engineering student, and I have recently discovered my passion for math. The earlier Calculus was fine and all, but not quite my cup of tea. Then multivariable Calc came along and I liked that even better, and now I'm in Linear Analysis and I love it. Especially the more theoretical topics like subspaces, spanning sets, basis, linear independence, etc. So I'm seriously considering doing a minor in math. But I'm having a dilemma. I'm starting to enjoy mathematics more than engineering. Or at least more than the engineering I have been introduced to, which is very little. I haven't even taken a REAL Biomed class yet, just the intro ones which don't even count. Statics just bores the hell out of me. Though I'm taking Dynamics next quarter which is supposedly more interesting. My question is, if I end up not enjoying Biomedical Engineering, should I just switch to Mathematics? Is there a job market in math?? Or if I end up liking Bmed, should I stick with it and forget my passion for math? Is there a more mathematical side of Biomedical Engineering that I could go into? I'm thinking about going to grad school and going the research route, by the way. Any help would be greatly appreciated... I'm very conflicted right now.